A scathing report by the California state auditor describes UC’s billion-dollar payroll system fiasco for what it is. Some perspective would be helpful by comparing to ed tech expenses.
What’s an extra $38 million among friends?
Since Michael is making this ‘follow-up blog post’ week, I guess I should jump in. In my latest post on Kuali and the usage of the AGPL license, the key argument is that this license choice is key to understanding the Kuali 2.0 strategy – protecting KualiCo as a new for-profit entity in their future […]
With the annual Kuali conference – Kuali Days – starting today in Indianapolis, the big topic should be the August decision to move from a community source to a professional open source model, moving key development to a commercial entity, the newly-formed KualiCo. Now there will be two new announcements for the community to discuss, both centering on […]
The changes with Kuali are accelerating, and there are some big updates on the strategy. Earlier this week the Kuali Foundation distributed an Information Update obtained by e-Literate on many of the details of the transition to Kuali 2.0 and the addition of the for-profit KualiCo. Some of the key clarifications: KualiCo will be an independent […]
Well that was an interesting session at Educause as described at Inside Higher Ed: It took the Kuali leadership 20 minutes to address the elephant in the conference center meeting room. “Change is ugly, and change is difficult, and the only difference here is you’re going to see all the ugliness as we go through […]
On Friday the Kuali Foundation announced the creation of a new for-profit entity to be led by the former CTO of Instructure, Joel Dehlin. Jeff Young at the Chronicle described the change: Ten years ago, a group of universities started a collaborative software project touted as an alternative to commercial software companies, which were criticized as […]